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Prayer Changes Things

One shouldn’t expect someone who denies the knowledge of a real and personal God to uphold the power of prayer…  As intellectual as Tyson is, he is blinded by the veil of sin in this world (2 Cor 3:14),  but ever the ultracrepidarian, he boasts of that of which he cannot know.  Continue reading

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Yet I Will Rejoice

“Though the fig tree should not blossom,  nor fruit be on the vines,  the produce of the olive fail,  and the fields yield no food,  the flock be cut off from the fold,  and there be no herd in the … Continue reading

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Broken People Do Broken Things

I make no effort to make sense of senseless violence. Sometimes, all it feels you can do is throw up your hands, keep your head down, and resign yourself to the fact that “lost people do lost things.” But that is not the Christian message. Continue reading

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No Shallow Christianity

God sometimes leads his children to do things that afterwards involved them in great distress. But because God does not think as we think or act as we act, it is often in these situations that he accomplishes his greatest victories and brings the greatest blessing to his name. Continue reading

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